WCC Kids at Home: November 15

Online video and curriculum for you to do as a family at home!

Check here Thursdays to see new curriculum and videos, discussion questions, and downloadable crafts for you to do at home!

1. Watch the Worship & Bible Story Video!

2. Do the Activities as a Family!


WHAT YOU DO: If you started this activity last week, add to it this week. As a family, discuss the things that you are thankful for. As each person shares, write down their answers on a piece of paper and collect them in a jar or coffee mug. This is an activity to do every day or each week until the end of November so find a creative way to save each answer so you can read them together at the end of the month. Optional: Draw or print a picture of a tree and write each person's answer at the top as though the tree is filling with leaves!


WHAT YOU DO: Print the Family Frame page that is attached here. Encourage your child to draw a picture of their family. Put the picture somewhere you can see it this week and each time you pass by it, point out to your child that we can thank God for our family!

Say Thanks

Ask an adult to help you look up our Bible story from this week in Luke 17:11-19 and read it together. Has there ever been a time when you did something for someone and they didn’t say thank you? It probably made you feel a bit upset, right? I imagine that’s exactly how Jesus felt in this story. He healed 10 men and only one came back to thank Him for it. Let this be a reminder for us to say thanks!

Thank the people who have helped you by showing them you are grateful.

Share His Goodness

Ask an adult to help you look up 1 Chronicles16:34. This verse tells us to give thanks to God because He is good to us! Can you think of a time when God was good to you? Maybe it was when your dad got a new job or you got an A on a test. Ask a parent or an adult to share with you about a time when God was good to them.

Dear God,
Help us to remember to give thanks always because you are good to us! In
Jesus’ name.

Forgotten Thank Yous

Spend some time thinking about the question below and journal your thoughts or share them with a parent.

Why do people forget to say thank you?